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White wine 2015 Iphofen Julius-Echter-Berg Riesling Grosses Gewächs dry, Franconia/Franken, Germany

Type: White wine
Quantity: 0.75 l
Alcohol content : 13.5%
Bottle closue: Screw cap
Registration number : #501105916

Wine Review Report :

Wein-Plus rating: Excellent (90 WP)
Last reviewed: 5 September 2018
Editor note: Still slightly yeasty on the nose, light smoky notes, vegetal, herbaceous and mineral notes, light yellow fruit, floral traces. Firm, cool, juicy light fruit on the palate, still noticeably youthful, fresh vegetal and herbaceous aromas, lively acidity, ripe tannins provide a firm grip, prominent mineral notes, very delicately sweet traces, still slightly lemony on a very good, firm finish. Rather closed at this stage, definitely still needs time to mature.
Best to drink: Mid-2019-2026+
Wein-Plus rating: 92 WP
Last reviewed: 6 October 2017
Editor note: Firm, fairly deep nose, light herbaceous notes, ripe stone and citrus fruit with a hint of citrus, very elegant spicy traces, mineral notes. Ripe, fairly juicy, firm fruit on the palate, very elegant acidity, herbaceous and prominent mineral notes, light grip, good substance and depth, still young and quite compact, very slightly sweetish and creamy, hint of petrol in the background, very good firm, juicy, minerally finish. Needs time to mature.
Best to drink: 2019-2028+
Wein-Plus rating: 92 WP
Last reviewed: 3 September 2016
Editor note: Fairly firm, cool nose, fresh vegetal and herbaceous notes, citrus and peach aromas, prominent mineral notes. Firm and juicy concentrated fruit on the palate, yeasty, vegetal and herbaceous aromas, light nutty notes, intense earthy and mineral notes, concentrated and persistent, elegant, lively acidity, ripe tannins provide firm grip, reined-in power, still very young, has some depth, delicate sweetish touch, hint of tart tobacco, formidable pressure on a very good long finish. Needs time to mature.
Best to drink: 2019-2028+
The German growing area Franconia was earlier in the three areas Maindreieck. Mainviereck and Steigerwald with 23 major layers and 216 individual layers structured. In November 2011, a new regulation was passed by the members of the Franconian Winegrowing Association. The three old areas are replaced by 12 much smaller ones. In the medium to long term, these will replace the 23 major locations. The old areas once played a role in the predominant marketing of Franconian table wine, which they had lost for some time. Before this conversion, the following description applied to the Steigerwald area:

The Steigerwald area is located in the east and...
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